• 2022 Radiology Spring Mini Conference [9:00 AM CST] (Online Webinar)

AHEC's 2022 Radiology Spring Miniconference will feature an extremely talented line-up of Imaging Professionals ready and willing to share their knowledge!

 

Course Outline and Instructors:

Course Outline: 

I. Dr. Kelli Welch Haynes, 200 Minutes
        a. Introduction
            i. Definitions
        b. Forensic Radiology
        c. History
        d. Scope of Practice
            i. Identification of remains
            ii. Human vs. Animal
            iii. Mass casualty
            iv. Bony injuries
            v. Foreign bodies
            vi. Gunshot wounds
            vii. Other trauma
        e. Forensic pathologist
        f. Case Studies 

II. Pathophysiology of death and dying
        a. Legal aspects of declaring death
        b. Time of death
        c. Cause, mechanism and manner of death

III. Forensic Radiology
        a. Applications
            i. Art
            ii. Pop Culture
            iii. Smuggling
            iv. Forensic autopsy
            v. Child abuse 

IV. The Body Farm
        a. Radiology’s role

V. Conclusion Questions 

VI. Dr. Beth Veale, Ph.D, RT(R)(QM), 100 minutes
        a. Introduction – Osteogenesis Imperfecta – Medical Imaging’s Role
        b. Definitions and History

VII. What is Osteogenesis Imperfecta?
        a. What Causes OI 

VIII. Symptoms and Types
        a. Symptoms
        b. Types 

IX. Implications for Patient Safety and Patient Care
        a. Transporting
        b. Positioning 

X. Introduction – Ethics for the Radiographer
        a. Definition of ethics
        b. Definition of ethical standards 

XI. Ethical Standards
        a. Review of Standards 1-10 (ARRT)
        b. Discussion 

XII. Ethical Dilemmas
        a. Reflection
        b. Discussion 

XIII. Ethical Violations
        a. Reporting
        b. Examples
        c. Guidelines. 

XIV. Conclusion and Questions 

 

Objectives: 

  1. Discuss and define forensic radiology. 

  1. Discuss and define the history of forensic radiology. 

  1. Demonstrate other applications of forensic radiology. 

  1. Discuss and define the scope of forensic medicine. 

  1. Discuss and define the role of the forensic pathologist. 

  1. Discuss and define the pathophysiology of death and dying 

  1. Define osteogenesis imperfecta 

  1. List signs and symptoms of the disease 

  1. Discuss implications for patient safety and patient care 

  1. Apply positioning, transfer, and movement skills in practice 

  1. Identify three areas where ethics are defined for radiographers 

  1. Discuss the 10 Ethical Standards 

  1. Decide the best course of action when faced with an ethical dilemma

 

 

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This program provides AHRA Category A continuing education credit for radiologic technologists recognized by the ARRT and various licensure states. You must attend the entire program to receive your certificate of completion.
AHEC Faculty

2022 Radiology Spring Mini Conference [9:00 AM CST] (Online Webinar)

  • Course ID: 2022RT-WEB-101
  • Event Location: Online Course
  • Credit: 6 Category A Credits
  • Date: 03/26/2022 09:00 am - 03/26/2022 03:00 pm
  • Instructor: AHEC Faculty
  • $79.00
  • $69.00